The CSSHBO is obliged to limit access to its schools as much as possible during the holidays
Article published on 8 December 2020
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The general management of the Centre de services scolaire des Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais (CSSHBO), Denis Rossignol, reported on the measures in the school environment that were developed by the government of Quebec for the holiday season. The instructions relating to home learning and distance education will be communicated to you by each school or center according to the student’s level of schooling.

In order to contribute to the collective effort and in order to limit contact before and after the holiday season, the CSSHBO is obliged to limit access to its schools and centers as much as possible.

It is therefore mandatory to make an appointment by contacting the school or the center if you need to visit an establishment during the following periods:
• Primary schools and administrative center: from December 17 to 22, 2020 inclusively.
• Secondary schools and adult training centers and vocational training centers: from December 17, 2020 to January 10, 2021 inclusively.

All establishments will be closed from December 23, 2020 to January 5, 2021 inclusively. The CSSHBO invites people who want to know more about these government measures, to visit the following link.

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